As you’ll know if you’ve been reading this blog for a while, I’ve got a lot of time for Homebaked in Anfield. The social enterprise that began life as a Biennial Arts Project, continues as an experiment in what’s possible, has grown into into a Community Bakery, then as you will have seen on here a couple of weeks ago, got its Community Land Trust (CLT) going too.
Obviously there’s a lot going on at Homebaked. A lot that’s worth writing and reading about. Which is why I’m delighted to be announcing the start of regular blogging from Homebaked and to introduce you to Cally Anne Highfield, who’s doing the writing and photography for it.
We got together over cups of tea at Homebaked to talk about what she’s going to be writing about and I was interested to hear it’ll be about a lot more than bread and pies: Continue reading